Ternovskiy presumably settles in for a long day of coding with his roommates.
“50,000 naked men” has become “our investment,” he says.
“I just didn’t want to take investments–I feared that if I did the deals, my ideas would get pushed away.
“So, we’re actually getting revenue from naked men right now.”These exhibitionists were a major headache for Ternovskiy before becoming a major source of income.
Though helping to create buzz on the site initially (for better or worse), they were also a bandwidth drain, often nexting through as many as 800 users in just 15 minutes.
He wants to make sure nothing he’d said would be misinterpreted.
Disclaimer: is a automatic erotic search engine focused on free porn tube videos.“They made a joke of it–the idea was that Chatroulette sucks, you know, but I like it.I like the negative publicity because it gives me the freedom to work–I don’t feel like I’m under a burden.”We hang up.The blogosphere immediately lambasted the feature–as if the site needed more “skin,” many joked–and criticized Ternovskiy for introducing such a basic upgrade.“It was just a minor change–it was five minutes of developer work,” Ternovskiy retorts.Living with his two coworkers in their one-bedroom, Ternovskiy is on a steady schedule: eat, sleep, and develop Chatroulette.